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Hawthorne Heights

Silence In Black And White

(Members of A Day In The Life)

Victory 220

Released on June 8, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Life On Standby Voted #3  9%
2 Dissolve And Decay  2%
3 Niki FM Voted #2  16%
4 The Transition  8%
5 Blue Burns Orange  5%
6 Silver Bullet  9%
7 Screenwriting An Apology  6%
8 Ohio Is For Lovers Voted #1  27%
9 Wake Up Call  6%
10 Sandpaper And Silk  3%
11 Speeding Up The Octaves  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, June 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Brian from Kemmerer, WY 
Jun 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album has some great melodies. The lyrics are clear and smooth. Very enjoyable, but when the screaming starts, you'll be shocked. The screaming is raw, unique, and energetic. upon listening to the CD, the full energy and mood of the riffs sets in and is awesome. they kind of have an Alexisonfire sound, but a Thursday mood. I suggest this cd to anyone who likes lyrics with a full range of emotions.

Brian, Kemmerer, WY, USA

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Kate from Des Moines, IA 
May 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Dear people interested in buying this CD; I LOVED Ohio is for Lovers, it's one of my favorite songs. So I figured I had better get this CD. But it kind of sucks. It's not bad, exactly, just none of the songs are anything special and not really good. It's basically screaming and some guitar parts and more screaming and kind of sucky lyrics. I still like it OK because Ohio is for Lovers is on it, and when i first listened to it, i thot it sucked REALLY bad, and now i think it's ok, but i dont know if i would buy it if i had burned a copy from my friend. so, try it out. it's ok, it's pretty cheap. ohio is for lovers is still one of my favorite songs. if u like screamo and hardcore this should totally be ur thing, its just not really mine it doesnt necessarily suck but its not necessarily good

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Howard from Woodland Hills, CA 
Dec 30 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

wow...probably one of the gayesy cd's their is...i love screamo music and decided to buy this...the songs r slow and boring...and ohio for lovers isnt that good...wutever but it dies today-the caitiff choir instead of this

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Robert from Oakhurst, NJ 
Dec 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an AMAZING cd...if you like taking back sunday and/or thursday and silverstein, you would love this cd...every song has a guy screamin in it so you wont be disappointed if you wish tbs was a little heavier. go buy it...u wont regret it

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Maria from West Point, VA 
Dec 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of my favorite CDs. The screaming is raw. There isn't too much screaming, though. The guitar riffs are really cool. Adding in a third guitar was a great idea for these guys. The lyrics aren't that great and the whole CD sounds almost the same but it's good, nonetheless.

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Shannon from Wind Gap, PA 
Nov 29 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'm a little disappointed. I was told that this c.d. was really good, and maybe to some people it is, but it's just not for me. I usually love a good blend of emotional screaming with solid melodies, but something just doesn't fit together with this one.

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Andrew from St. Simons Island, GA 
Nov 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

There's no other way to say this except that Hawthorne Heights kicks ass. They are a truly talented band, and the addition of the third guitar is an excellent idea. It really sounds like a mixture of Taking Back Sunday and Thursday, but you can also hear hints of other bands in there as well. I'd buy it even if you don't like postcore; you may change your mind about it.

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Chris from Sterling Heights, MI 
Sep 8 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

HORRIBLE. the worst cd i've bought in a long time. i dont see what all the rave around this band is about cause they are the most unoriginal, uninspired band i've probably ever heard.

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Justin from Easton, PA 
Jul 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hawthorne Heights is amazing. To many people they may just seem like another screamo band, but they have so much more going for them. I'll definitely be on the look out for more music from them

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Nathan from South Bend, IN 
Jul 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This genre tends to to get a lot of heat, but if you're into it then this is a great album. Vocal stylings in the likes of Saves the Day, Thursday and Spitalfield, although there is a lot more throat (i.e. screaming) in it. I admit at first I thought this was another mediocre screamer band, but after giving it a few listen throughs I realized it really is a well done album. Like I said...if you like this genre then it's a must buy.

 
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